City Council has to walk back several decisions made by city administration like removing the memorial bench plaques and the Heritage Festival barn evictions.
Mack and Troy also take a look forward at the big issues that will be coming up this year.
Memorial bench plaques
Heritage Festival barn
- Iveson 'pissed off' about city's move to evict Heritage Festival from storage barn
- Paula Simons: Closing the barn door: Heritage Festival told to leave its Hawrelak Park HQ
Other Frustrating Admin Decisions
- Edmonton’s 4-year budget described as ‘tight’ as council begins deliberations
- Edmonton business group urges city hall to put the brakes on rising property taxes
Residential speed limits
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